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Sexy, Romantic Gift, is Sent to United States Air Force Soldier in Iraq for Delivery on Valentine's Day
Thomas, U.S. Air Force soldier currently stationed in Balad, Iraq, far away from his sweet, young wife will open up a sexy surprise this Valentine's Day. Brand new romantic gift, is making its way across the world to cheer up this U.S. soldier sent by his 25 year old wife, Stephanie of Smithfield, Kentucky.

Combat Marines Commemorate Tour of Duty in Iraq and Afghanistan with Custom T-shirts Created at
Soldiers personalize their combat company, remember a battle, and in some cases, remember a fallen friend with custom t-shirts from

Disabled Iraq Vets Climb for Life
Disabled veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan to participate in June 15th-17th, Climb4Life Ovarian Cancer Fund Raising Event, to be held in Boulder and Denver, CO.

Jewish Humor Website Releases Short Film Titled "Boycotting Israel"
"Boycotting Israel" takes a humorous look at what the world would look like if people actually followed through on their boycott attempt.

Homes for Our Troops Partnered with a Philadelphia builder, The McKee Group, Donates a New Home to a Local Severely Disable Veteran of the Iraq War
Homes for Our Troops to Turn Over 11th Handicap Accessible Home to Double Amputee, Iraq War Veteran SGT Pisey Tan of Woodlyn, Pennsylvania

Israel Beyond the News; Israeli Consulate in New York City Initiates

(PRWeb) December 23, 2006 -- Frustrated with the typical news images of Israel seen in the media, the Israeli Consulate in New York City initiated, the first blog ever created by a country.

Hoping to bring out the somewhat hidden side of Israel to the world, up close and personally, the 'isRealli' team at the consulate scans Israel and the web for all things Israeli and interesting.

The blog illuminates Israeli culture by way of its tantalizing restaurants, uber-creative fashion houses and cities pumping with nightlife and cultural institutions, not to mention the wealth of scientific and technological breakthroughs that occur behind university walls and in industry.

Initiated in New York by the Consul for Media and Public Affairs David Saranga, all of the blog's content generation and administration occurs from New York.

The next major project, currently being undertaken by the New York team, is the translation of the blog to Spanish (slated for launch by the end of 2006) and then French and German. Translation to Arabic is also being considered.

Consul for Media and Public Affairs David Saranga is available for interviews. For further details please contact David H. Dorfman, (212) 499-5414, or by e-mail.



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